Town Category: Tasmania
Weld Valleyvalley in southern TasmaniaThis article is about the valley in Tasmania. For the river in Western Australia, see Weld River.
The Weld Valley, located in southern Tasmania, is an area of aboriginal cultural heritage and natural history within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The valley stretches north-west of Huonville and is approximately 50 kilometres (31 mi) west of Hobart.
The Weld River, one of two rivers of the same name located in Tasmania, rises below in the Tasmanian Wilderness, south west of Maydena and the Styx River and just south of the Gordon River Road, 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of the southern shores of Lake Gordon. The Weld River flows from its source near Lake Gordon to its confluence with the Huon River on the Arve Plains. The river descends 811 metres (2,661 ft) over its 53-kilometre (33 mi) course.
Southern region of Tasmania, Australia
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